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The Future of Water Stewardship aquaNow audience
Hydro Nation Scholar Kerr Adams was a panel member on the second panel discussion in this year’s series of aquaNOW Audiences on 11th November at The Dovecot Studios in Edinburgh, Scotland. The topic was "The Future Of Water Stewardship”. The discussion took place ahead of the Alliance for Water Stewardship (AWS) Global Water Stewardship Forum on 12th and 13th November, also in Edinburgh. More detail on the other panelists can be found here and the full video of the panel discussion is available here.
The Audiences are supported by Scotland: The Hydro Nation and engage international water experts and Scottish expertise in global water-related challenges and solutions.
New publication by Hydro Nation Scholar, Yuan Li: Utilizing Low-Cost Natural Waste for the Removal of Pharmaceuticals from Water: Mechanisms, Isotherms and Kinetics at Low Concentrations
Hydro Nation Scholar, Yuan Li is co-author on a paper published in Journal of Cleaner Production entitled: Hydraulic Utilizing Low-Cost Natural Waste for the Removal of Pharmaceuticals from Water: Mechanisms, Isotherms and Kinetics at Low Concentrations. This paper with co-authorship from various academic institutions outlines how the use of abundant natural wastes as environmentally friendly products promotes a circular green economy and cleaner production. This publication is available here for download.
UNDRR Global Forum for Disaster Risk Reduction, Geneva, 2019 RISK Award Winner – Hydro Nation Scholar Nandan Mukherjee
Hydro Nation Scholar Nandan Mukerjee a PhD candidate at the University of Dundee received the RISK Award at the closing ceremony of the UNDRR Global Forum for Disaster Risk Reduction in Geneva on Friday 17 May 2019.
Current approaches for managing coastal disasters often focus on building large-scale engineered constructions. Examples include flood walls, embankments or cyclone shelters on raised platforms. While these initiatives can save lives, they rarely address underlying causes of vulnerability. The 2019 RISK Award shifts that focus to a solution that is more integrated and systemic and helps families to address multiple challenges at once: disaster resilient floating homes in coastal Bangladesh.
For more information on this award, please visit here
HNSP Scholar - Victoria Porley Wins Young Engineer Award 2019
Victoria Porley has won the Young Water Engineering Award for the best oral presentation at the International Water Association 20th Annual Young Water Professionals Conference and will collect her award at the ceremony in London in September 2019.
To view Victoria's winning presentation please see here.
Sixth Hydro Nation Scholar Concludes Studies
Yuan Li, a PhD candiate at the University of the Highlands and Islands, became the sixth scholar of the Hydro Nation Scholars Programme to conclude her studies on 14th May 2019.
Fifth Hydro Nation Scholar Concludes Studies
Juan Carlos Sanchez Ramierez, a PhD candidate at the University of Dundee, became the fifth scholar of the Hydro Nation Scholars Programme to conclude his studies on 30th November 2018.
Fourth Hydro Nation Scholar Concludes Studies
Bas Buddendorf, a PhD candidate at the University of Aberdeen, became the fourth scholar of the Hydro Nation Scholars Programme to conclude his studies on 29th November 2018.
Hydro Nation Scholarship Programme 2018 – Extra Call
Applications are now welcome for project proposals based on our topic themes 2, 4 and 7:
- Innovative Monitoring and Financial Approaches for the Improved Maintenance of Water Infrastructure Assets
- Water Management in the Food and Drink Industry
- Innovation in Water and Health
Full details of the programme can be found on our apply page.
Third Hydro Nation Scholar Concludes Studies
Ruby Mahana Moynihan, a PhD candidate at the Edinburgh School of Law at the University of Edinburgh, recently became the third scholar of the Hydro Nation Scholars Programme to finish her studies
Second Hydro Nation Scholar Concludes Studies
Munire Nazli Koseoglu, a PhD candidate at the School of Geoscience of the University of Edinburgh and Scotland's Rural College, recently became the second scholar of the Hydro Nation Scholars Programme to finish her studies